New Canaan Man Released On Bond Until Sentencing For Attempted Murder

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J. Michael Farren, who was convicted on July 11 of the attempted murder of his then-wife in their home four years ago, was released from custody until his sentencing Sept. 11.
J. Michael Farren, who was convicted on July 11 of the attempted murder of his then-wife in their home four years ago, was released from custody until his sentencing Sept. 11. Photo Credit: File

NEW CANAAN, Conn. – J. Michael Farren, who was convicted July 11 of trying to kill his wife in their New Canaan home four years ago, was released from custody until his sentencing on Sept. 11, reports the New Canaan News.

As previously reported by The Daily Voice, Farren was found guilty of attempted murder after beating Mary Margaret Farren with a metal flashlight in their New Canaan home in January 2010. Farren was a White House lawyer in both Bush administrations. 

His bond was raised to $1 million after his conviction. A relative of Farren’s paid $18,000 for his release, according to the report.

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